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HARVEST

HARVEST Your voice sounded enchanting on the phone that warm day in August, and I dreamed of grapevines and ripened grapes full of sugar and drunkenness. And I
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TSUNAMI

TSUNAMI The sea rose, broke down the door And came straight at you at your face Dragged underwater, you surrender Struggle immediately ceases And you drift along, with
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POEM OF THE MOON

POEM OF THE MOON Like your face in a dark room So exhausted and strange Hangs the Moon in the black sky. I saw her bright and white
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PSALM 1

PSALM 1 Blessed is the man who does not follow the slogans of the party, neither attends its meetings nor sits at the table with the gangsters nor
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A NEW DAY

  A NEW DAY I nestle my face against the cold pane of day. My breath warms up nothing but the tip of a Happy Island. A tear
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Broken

BROKEN all the mirrors, disfigured even on the reverse side one’s own name undeveloped, our footsteps faded, your I my you —invisible trail— survive us.  RAFAEL CARCELÉN, SPAIN
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MY DOLL

MY DOLL When I was a girl, in the Aliyah neighbourhood, I had a doll with a missing arm or eye. And I’m not sure anymore if the
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